One of the best pitches on the Culm Coast. A hard start through the guarding overhangs contrasts with a series of thin cracks up the centre of the face above. Start just right of two left-slanting gashes in the overhangs at the base of the face. Opposite.Climb steeply up leftwards and make a powerful move past a small square-cut notch in the lip to a rest above. Take the thin crack above to where it divides and follow the technical right-hand branch to an easing at a shallow shattered pocket. Follow the crack above to a vegetated final few metres. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
Note, the start shown in Rockfax is to the right of and much harder than the original start which is described in the North Cornwall definative guide. (Picture will be posted shortly. With the original start, the grade is consistent throughout at E3 5c.
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